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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies
Based explores Thomas Paine and his world of politics and media. Supports and the
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NY Public Library 12h
"A literary life is not about owning or about attachment; it’s about the passing on of books we loved, liked, or maybe even hated to others who will respond differently."
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Digital Paxton Apr 22
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N-YHistoricalSociety Apr 21
We're open today for ! Visit our exhibition and learn how individuals made their voices heard to protect nature along the Hudson River.
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Apr 21
Happy holiday weekend, from the ! If your and (and ) plans have some extra time, take a few minutes and listen to "Bring the " on the podcast.
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Joseph M. Adelman Apr 19
On the anniversary of the battles of Lexington and Concord, I explore how the communications networks developed by newspaper printers and political leaders aided the rapid military mobilization of the colonies for .
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Apr 19
Commemorating the 2nd anniversary of the Battles at Lexington and Concord, on April 19, 1777 published American Crisis No. III. Thinking of the previous two years he wrote, "we have crowded the business of an age into the compass of a few months."
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Ben Franklin's World Apr 17
Hellooooo listeners in Albany, NY and Milwaukee, WI - join host for two upcoming events about early American history and the podcast! Albany, April 25 : Milwaukee, April 30 :
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Monticello Apr 18
Happy , a day designated to preserve and recognize cultural sites around the world. Did you know Monticello is the only American home on the World Heritage List? Learn more:
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A New York Minute In History Podcast Apr 16
A very interesting and engaging story about an 18th century building in Albany!
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Zara Anishanslin Apr 16
Our shared emotional response to the horrible destruction of the reminds us that and are not tangential to — they embody it
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Whitney Martinko Apr 15
Big thanks to for running a fantastic experience for consortium undergrads! She should have been in this picture, not behind the camera.
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Ben Franklin's World Apr 16
What did everyday life look like for an 18th-century farmer? Find out in this NEW episode of about early American farming, with guest historian Richard Bushman!
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Georgian Papers Programme Apr 16
William Knox's intricate plans to reinvent the British Empire after the loss of the American colonies included intricate communications networks, which he mapped out for King George III. Read more about Knox and his plans in our latest blog post:
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US National Archives Apr 16
Today is the last day to see the original at the National Archives Museum.
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Apr 15
That’s a wrap, . Thank you to the wonderful presenters, the history community, & others who attended, it was great to have you ! All our thanks to the Gardiner Foundation, the Johnson Educational Trust, the Provost office, and the
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Apr 15
wrapping up our second panel on commemoration and digital humanities, shouting out the essays co-published by and , including his own!
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Apr 15
Replying to @jean_bauer
starts off our next panel, approaching commemoration from , at
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Nora Slonimsky Apr 15
Such an 👏🏼 time talking about commemoration, and who gets remembered on what terms with these wonderful folks at . Thank you to for a yellow suit action shot, and for co-organizing today
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Apr 15
Replying to @manthonycrowder
And now we have a wonderful exhibit from public historian , which features items from the archive that stretch from the to the mid 20th century.
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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Apr 15
is underway with our first session on approaching commemoration from with , Nina Nazionale, and Arinn Amer.
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